The EU and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Croft, Stuart, Christou, George and Hassan, Oz (2012). The EU and Weapons of Mass Destruction. EU-GRASP. United Nations University.
Author Croft, Stuart
Title The EU and Weapons of Mass Destruction Series Title EU-GRASP Volume/Issue No. 2 Publication Date 2012-03-01 Place of Publication Bruges Publisher United Nations University Pages 6 Language eng Abstract The policy domain of the proliferation of nuclear weapons and of weapons of mass destruction is a complex one, that Europe has engaged with in different ways. North Korea and Iran are both projected as problematic and irrational; Pakistan and in particular India have not, and their nuclear developments have been placed in a different frame. The EU is marginalised from some security governance discourses – for example, the Six Nation Talks on North Korea – but is deeply concerned with others; notably the debate over Iran. But the way that Europe talks about nuclear proliferation also says much about the way Europe sees itself and its role in the world, and also has to be set in the context of its own complex formation, with nuclear weapons states, and others strongly committed to speedily bring about a world without nuclear weapons. Copyright Holder United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies Copyright Year 2012 Copyright type All rights reserved
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